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is the 1 that america voted off or didn't get a vote from america. maybe people got to wake-up and say we got to vote for him. >> we will see what is going to happen with regard to potential with thunderstorms that could be strong for today. the sky hd radar indicating that we have showers back to the west, the line of showers along the frontal boundary making its way into our region and later into the afternoon and the earliest in the western counties and the evening in the central counties and the eastern shore. you can see we do have a slight risk for severe weather throughout the entire state of maryland, the higher risk will be both west and east of the area. again, we do have the chance through the evening of seeing the strong storms. here is what we as far as the surface features, it's due to the frontal boundary, we're going do get the warm air still in ahead the frontal boundary, not as warm as the clouds increase through the day t will get into the low 80s, many locations but we will see the frontal boundary getting into the warm air mass. you will see the showers pop up in the
. >>> ray rice is going back to school today. rice is participating in teach for america week. he will run a classroom at harford heights elementary school for two hours starting at 10:00 this morning. the program is meant to bring attention to the need to expand educational opportunities for students. >>> coming up on the early edition, a beef with u.s. beef standards. >> they can cause organ failure, some of the products, some the residues could be carcinogenic. >> what a new report from the usda uncovered. >>> just across the mason dixon line there's a frost >>> welcome back. 5:44 now on this wednesday morning. looking a whole lot better, don't have the rain out there like we had yesterday. instead a nice dry scanner on the hd radar is going to be a pretty day once we get past the foggy start this morning. we do have our share of fog and reduced visibility due to the rain that moved through yesterday. even though it was a light rain. we picked up .10 of an inch of rain in most locations. can you see the shower moving off the north carolina coast right now. but the moi's te moisture lade
the conversation and i could probably sell this dvd for a lot. >> i'm the only few people in america who has not seen it yet. >> you are, you are one of the few. >> i'm curious what you think about it once you do see it. >> i will report back to you, i promise. i'm going to report to you that i we have a pretty nice day coming today. we have showers coming talking about the not so nice weather something your way later this weekend. for today the showers from last night were very few that moved through and very light and not even measurable. it's out of here and high pressure that will bring us sunny day today. temperatures aren't bad, take a look at that, 57 degrees in baltimore right now. 56 in d.c. and up in hagerstown 52 degrees at this point in time and we will see temperatures climb a little bit more. although not as warm as yesterday. yesterday we got to 73 at the airport and 74 downtown. 70 degrees is what we're looking for today. still mild with a northwest wind at 5-10 miles per hour. it should be mild today. enjoy it before the showers move in for the weekend. we have more of in a
for carry on items. new york senator charles shumer, says, america, delta, jet blue and united air fares have decided not to charge their customers for carry on bags. this is after spirit decided to charge customers $45 for luggage on board the flights. >> they told me they had no intention of doing this. they thought it was a bad idea and they were not going to mimic spirit. when they started charging for checked baggage, we didn't like it, but charging over carry on baggage steps over the light because that is part and parcel of flying. schumer will meet with spirit airlines to discuss their new fees next week. >>> toyota is paying a fine for waiting four months to tell the government of telling about the defective gas pedals. toyota knew about the sticking gas pedals in september but didn't issue a recall until january inside coming up on the early edition, your every desire at the touch of a button. the smart phone popping up all across the country. >>> and lots of sunshine today with temperatures climbing into the 60s. and how much warmer will it climb >>> we hope you had a greet we
attendance on their most important day of the year. for this year's preakness day, the america jockey club is launching a immediate why blitz. the new ad campaign called get frur preak oyour preak on is tud and sparking controversy. critics say those messages get sexual over tones but for track officials it's all about public publicity? >> what we try to do is create an approach that gets people talking. >> reporter: preakness attendance was down by 35,000. many blame a more re restrictive poly at the infield. they will be offered one price for unlimited beer. >> come on and get your preak on. >> reporter: as for the ad campaign, some fans don't seem too concerned. >> everything that goes on in this world, people are going to complain about that. >> it doesn't seem too racy for me. whatever draws people to racing, i'm all for it. >> reporter: but jack young is not amused by the preakness campaign. >> i want to get my preak on, it's almost like, you know, what sometimes the kid says, i don't want to repeat it, but i don't think that is in my opinion appropriate. >> reporter: the marylan
no to have fees for carry on items. new york senator charles schumer. says america, delta jet blue, and united and have pledged not to charge their customers for carry on bags. he cited the spirit flights after deciding to charge for carry on luggage. >> the 5ceo's said that they are not going to mim pick spirit. when we saw them charging for baggage, but charging for carry on luggage is passing the line. >>> toyota waited 5 months before telling the u.s. government about pedals in their cars. the company was going to con at the presencontestthe fine. toy at toyota knew about the stg pedals but didn't notify the government until november. >>> things like urinating in public, and smoking where it's banned and even spitting. and joel d smith is live with more on that. >> reporter: good morning, patrice. this comes after president jack young was touring the bar district about the closing time over the weekend. he saw a lot of things you just mentioned. now he said he has seen enough. he wants to change the current laws on the books and make the fines heavier. here is the examples we'
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